Letter : to E.-J.-J.-A. Macdonald, duc de Tarente, 1818 Aug. 22.


Letter : to E.-J.-J.-A. Macdonald, duc de Tarente, 1818 Aug. 22.

Autograph letter, signed "L. Cherubini, surintendant de la musique du Roi, membre de l'Institut" and dated "Paris, le 22 août 1818," thanking Macdonald for his role in Cherubini's receipt of the commission of Chevalier of the Royal Order of the Legion d'Honneur; Macdonald exempted Cherubini from producing a letter of naturalization normally required of foreigners.

1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 31 cm.


SNAC Resource ID: 7798579

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